Rangareddy/Hyderabad, Nov 20 (Hydnow): Tragedy happened in Hyderabad city. A wall collapsed on Monday afternoon while the construction work of an indoor stadium was going on in Kanakamamidi, Moinabad mandal of Rangareddy district.
As a result, 14 laborers who were doing construction work got trapped under the wall. On receiving the information about this, the police took out 12 people with the help of locals. It was reported that two laborers died in this accident. The source said that one more worker died while being taken to the hospital, all the injured were taken to the local hospital. Full details of this incident are yet to be known.
The youths who died in the accident were identified as Bablu from Bihar and Sunil from West Bengal. At present, relief efforts are ongoing there. It is possible to get clarity on the number of dead after the complete removal of debris. How many workers came to work this morning?
Information about how many of them are safe is being sought from those supervising the construction work. But the reasons for this accident also need to be known. Did it collapse due to lack of quality in construction? Or is it a design flaw? It is to be determined after investigation. The police have registered a case and are investigating the incident. (Hydnow)
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